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1. In anatomy, a recess containing fluid.
2. Especially, the lacrimal bay.
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(Laurus nobilis) Available as a berry, leaves, oils, and extract; clinical studies suggest value as an antiulcerative in laboratory animals and in gastrointestinal disease; purported uses include as an antirheumatic, diuretic, and antiseptic.
Synonym(s): sweet bay.
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In anatomy, a recess containing fluid, but especially, the lacrimal bay.
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Is there still time to learn valuable lessons from the university city of Cambridge, whose station operates at near-capacity for most of the day, involving a single long platform, similar to Chester's Platform 3, with bay platforms to accommodate trains from the North and South, starting from London's King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations?
In my travels, I had noticed that every main line station still had little trains sitting in bay platforms waiting to take passengers on to remote places deep in the hinterland.
Mr Hamilton told civic officials WSMR plan to use the currently disused bay platforms at the end of platform one and use empty offices as their train crew depot.